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A Medieval Mansion (at Narnaul)

Title:A Medieval Mansion (at Narnaul)
Author:Parihar, Subhash
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 47 Issue no. 3; March 1996, p. 58-59
Abstract:The note describes a surviving example of a Mughal mansion standing at Narnaul, an ancient town in Haryana. Dextrously planned, this four-storeyed residence was the home of Rai Mukand Das, a Hindu noble at Shah Jahan's court. Situated as Narnaul is, on the fringe of Rajasthan, the mansion in its general layout follows the larger Rajput palaces; Mughal elements are discernible only in details.

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